Good Food

We believe that some of the most important aspects of a kayaking tour  naturally include the kayaking itself, the wildlife, and the wilderness experience.  However, we also know that these experiences are more enjoyable when accompanied by good food.  At Kingfisher we serve hearty, healthy, and tasty meals.  We are also happy to cater to

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Humpback Whale Disentanglement – Fundraising Challenge!

Donate online When Kingfisher started offering kayak tours eighteen years ago we considered ourselves fortunate to see one humpback whale a year. Since that time the humpback population has made a remarkable comeback and we now see humpback whales almost every day on our kayak tours off northern Vancouver Island. While their numbers have grown,

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Beach Clean Ups

The great thing about kayaking is we can visit remote hard to reach beaches that few people visit. At first glance many of these beaches look pristine,  but on closer examination traces of civilization can often be found in the plastic, styrofoam, and garbage that floats in on the tides. When we find garbage we

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Trip Report – Orca Waters Base Camp – July 8 to 11, 2014

Kayak trip report by Suzanne Burns for a Kayak With Whales – Orca Waters Base Camp kayak tour. There are three things that I love, kayaking, camping and good food. Combine these with spectacular scenery, wow factor wildlife, and some pretty cool people and these were the magical ingredients of my Kingfisher Kayaking Trip. We

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